Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Senate Republicans Just Killed Their Health Care Bill Again
Mitch McConnell Says Senate Will Vote To Repeal Obamacare And Replace It Later
This may be in jeopardy as was the bill that collapsed yesterday since many Republicans are nervous about hanging on to their seats in the 2018 elections.
Let that sink in: The GOPers are not worried about leaving millions of Americans without health care coverage, they're worried about losing an election.
That neatly and concisely tells us all what the current Republican Party is about:
It's not about governing; it's about holding onto power, no matter what damage they do to Americans -- especially their own constituents.
In other news:
Trump administration recertified the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Remember the deal that Lord Dampnut said was the worst deal ever made in the entire history of the United States? That worst deal ever -- the one that Donald J. Trump, POTUS, would rip up the first day in office?
That's the deal that Trump just recertified.
But his core supporters, the Thirty-Six Percenters, still cling to him like lint on a wet wool suit.
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